Friday, 28 October 2011

Another celebrity joins the perfume wagon

I don't want to seem as I have problem with 'celebrity perfumes'' far from the truth, there are some really decent perfumes that have been put out by some ''celebrities''.
One thing I personally don't understand how now days anyone who isn't anybody can now put perfume that smells like any other perfume on the market. I already posted about the wagon that is getting full that is called the celebrity perfume wagon. The trend that was started by the late Elizabeth Taylor and then brought to the mainstream and to the 21st century by Jennifer Lopez in 2002
Now the trend is getting too damn ridiculous. We have multiple editions of one perfume.
Now days anyone who is anyone isn't the motto of having your perfume. Gone are also the days when celebs used to pretend they had something to do with their perfume and give the press and the public the scripted speech that was  ''I was involved in the whole process of picking the right flowers and spices and trying to create something new and fresh and different to the market. I loved the creative process of creating everything from the perfume to the advert to the box ''.  Now days perfume makers and the celebrities fronting and pretending to have created, don't even bother with the old cliché speech of ''I was really involved in creating my scent''. And now days anyone and I mean anyone who has been on TV can have perfume.
The deal is now if you  have appeared in reality TV show or had ''something something with famous person'' aka married a footballer, just like Coleen Rooneyand Alex Curran you too can have perfume on the market. Even reality TV shows such the only The only way is Essex(Towie) have their own perfume Dazzle on the market. and of course the original show of the pseudo celebs Jersey Shore girls got perfumes on the market. Snooki got perfume called Snookiand Sammi got perfume called Dangerous
We have perfumes from A list to Z list celebrities.
Justin Bieber followed on the foot steps of Usher and now even he has perfume that slightly looks Lola by Marc Jacobs on the market with cleaver ad ''if you spray this perfume Justin won't able to keep his hands of you''. Justin may not have clue what goes in perfume making or the raw ingredients of what makes a perfume for women since he is only 17 year old. He does have has large fan base though.
Now we have perfume from Tyler Swift called 'Wonderstuck''taylor swift perfume launch creme dress red lips fellow country singer 
Faith Hill has one #
Over her in Britain N Dubz and X Factor judge Tulisa decided to ride the exposure from the show and have her own perfume... called the female boss. Of course Bruce Springsteen is the Boss.The sweet smell of success: Tulisa Contostavlos at the launch of her fragrance called The Female Boss at The Perfume Shop on Oxford Street LondonTulisa had to tell people she is the female boss?There is only one problem with this perfume apart from the fact that just like most celebrity perfume it smells familiar, the problem with Tulisa perfume is. The bottle design is weak and the boxGraffiti: The bottle and packaging for Tulisa's TFB perfume Kelly Rowlandkelly rowland empress e1312121776947 Kelly Rowland Named As Sean Johns Empress is the face of Sean John Empress perfume but expect one from her in the near future of course.
http://ikranm.blogspot.com/2010/08/everyone-is-at.html
http://ikranm.blogspot.com/2011/02/rihanna-joins-perfume-wagon.html

3 comments:

  1. I like your blog posts, they are very informative, you should not by any chance be one of my old friends from LCF?

    BR

    Ayoe

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  2. Thanks BR, that is really sweet. But no I am not the friend in question.

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  3. it's the age of teenage girls, but how can anyone ever think Justin Bieber's perfume was original or unique? since every dick and harry is bringing stinky perfumes that pollute the earth. And Tulisa perfume has to be the worst ''celeb'' perfume seriously the design and the perfume is just shit but its still going to sell because of the media hype

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